Lynnhurst is a neighborhood in the Southwest community in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its boundaries are 46th Street to the north, Lyndale Avenue to the east, 54th Street to the south, and Penn Avenue to the west. It is located along the southeastern shore of Lake Harriet. Outflows from the lake run through a parkway for several city blocks to reach Minnehaha Creek.
Public schools in the neighborhood include Burroughs Community School. The Lynnhurst Recreation Center, part of the Minneapolis parks system, includes a gymnasium, meeting rooms, and other facilities; nearby Lynnhurst Park includes baseball and softball fields, a playground, and tennis courts. Washburn Library, a branch of the Hennepin County Library system, stands next to Minnehaha Creek near the southeast corner of the district. Houses of worship include Shir Tikvah and Mount Olivet Lutheran Church. Shops and restaurants are clustered near the eastern edge of the district. Metro Transit provides bus service on neighborhood thoroughfares.
The Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association holds meetings each month at the Lynnhurst Recreation Center.
Welcome to Lynnhurst
The Lynnhurst Neighborhood offers the best of city living for residents and visitors alike. Our beautiful natural setting on the southeast side of Lake Harriet offers numerous recreational opportunities, both around the lake and on Minnehaha Creek, which runs through the neighborhood. Lynnhurst also offers a wide array of independent, unique businesses, including restaurants, coffee shops and retail stores.
The Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association (LYNAS) is an all-volunteer group, formed to facilitate neighborhood communication, build community, drive neighborhood improvements, and represent the neighborhood with the goal of making Lynnhurst the best neighborhood possible.
“Lynnhurst, Minneapolis” │ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynnhurst,_Minneapolis
“Welcome to Lynnhurst” │ https://lynnhurst.org/